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naturally occuring protiens
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or a kinesin motor?
i've seen animations of this, but i didn't realize what it was.
it's hard to fathom how something like this would come about.
but the rotor blades vertically standing on the rotor head, and put the human foot on the thigh. Now there won't be correct function, which proves those particular parts were placed there on purpose.
the same can be said of water.
add to, or delete from, a molecule of water, and guess what, you don't have water anymore.
water is nowhere near being "intelligently designed".
you can't "rearrange" the atoms in a water molecule, because the bond angles are fixed and there are only 3 atoms.
this doesn't apply to larger molecules, and if you rearranged these molecules then you have something that functions differently than the original, maybe doesn't function at all.
these larger molecules aren't intelligently designed either.
I am not inventing these things - they are, "reality".
i'm not either.
i'm simply trying to be as fair as possible, without taking sides.
there is no doubt that some form of "evolution" happens.
the question of origins however, is one giant question mark.
science has no plausible scenario for how it all came about
It's up to you, you can ignore reality and keep bleating that we need to understand non-existent macro evolution or you can accept the blatant truth, that only God could have done this because the intelligence is too great.
yes, i firmly believe we need to understand how macro evolution happens.
the natural selection/ random mutation / gradual accumulation paradigm is utter nonsense.
you have seen for yourself that enzymes/ catalysts can effect very rapid change.
Give 1,000 atheists five lifetimes each, and all the smartest on the planet, they won't come up with one viable lifeform, which means deductively, that means that the intelligence required is much greater than a human mind.
this is a matter of abiogenesis, how it all came together in the first place.
don't worry mike, i'm NOT in a position to declare "there is no god".
i have honestly tried to do just that, and i've been unable to.
you worry too much.
For me it's a joke that I have to teach adults intelligent design. That says it all, for me.
the thing that gets under my skin concerning god is, WHY?
why does god do all of this?
you can believe just for the heck of it, or you can believe for a reason.
i'm not the type that puts blind faith in anything, although i do admit that there may be a great deal of evidence that we aren't seeing as evidence.
life itself for example.